Search results for ‘participant’


  • Political Party/527

    Defeat Disinfo PAC

    Defeat Disinfo Political Action Committee (PAC) is a left-of-center organization leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) technology to combat alleged disinformation from President Donald Trump. The PAC was founded by activist Curtis Hougland, a former contractor for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). [1] Hougland claims that President Trump’s
  • Non-profit

    Planned Parenthood of Greater New York

    Planned Parenthood of Greater New York (PPGNY) is a regional branch of Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest network of abortion providers and an influential political organization. PPGNY describes its mission as providing “reproductive health services” and advocating to “advance equity and improve health outcomes.” The organization also supports abortions
  • Political Party/527

    Progress America

    Progress America is a left-of-center political organization. It supports left-progressive positions on voting rights, the internet, and economic policy. [51] It is a member and participant of the Action Network, an online organizing hub that brings together left-progressive groups and mobilizes supporters on its platform.
  • Non-profit

    Movement for Black Lives

    Movement for Black Lives (MBL) is a coalition of more than 50 left-of-center racial-advocacy organizations associated with the Black Lives Matter movement. Along with the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, the MBL serves as a unifying umbrella organization to coordinate BLM activism and move towards concrete policy
  • Person

    Joy Loving

    Joy Loving is a left-of-center, Virginia-based activist who works with Climate Action Alliance of the Valley (CAAV), an environmentalist organization. Loving is a campaigner for the adoption of solar electric power, working with both local-level organizers and large national organizations including the Sierra Club and Solar United Neighbors (SUN).
  • Non-profit

    Homes Guarantee

    Homes Guarantee is a left-of-center policy project that aims to fundamentally change the U.S. housing system by establishing a massive federal entitlement to housing tantamount to a complete government takeover of the housing market. [147] It was first introduced and is a project by People’s Action, a
  • Non-profit

    Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) San Francisco

    Central American Resource Center San Francisco (CARECEN San Francisco) is a left-leaning immigrant advocacy group focused on the Central American community in the San Francisco Bay area. Programs Immigration Legal Program CARECEN San Francisco provides services for immigrants, supporting asylum applications, consular processing, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) applications,
  • Non-profit

    Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) DC

    Central American Resource Center DC (CARECEN DC) is a left-leaning immigrant advocacy group focused on the Central American community in the District of Columbia metropolitan area. The group is part of the Immigration Advocates Network, a network of pro-bono immigration attorneys. [179] Programs Services provided by CARECENDC include
  • Person

    Philippe Villers

    Philippe Villers is a businessman and left-of-center political activist who founded Families USA through which he campaigns on behalf of federal health care market regulation, especially Obamacare. Beginning in the late 1980s Villers has worked with Democratic politicians and other left-of-center individuals and organizations to enact these reforms.
  • Non-profit

    Episcopal Church

    The Episcopal Church is a United States-based member of the worldwide Anglican Communion, the Protestant movement formed when King Henry VIII of England broke with the Roman Catholic Church to form the Church of England. While the Anglican Communion is one of the largest global Christian denominations with over 85
  • Non-profit

    2020 Vision Ventures

    2020 Vision Ventures is a financial initiative that aims to promote investments in digital and technological innovations for left-of-center causes. The initiative is led by Democratic operative Nick Chedli Carter, who also manages the associated Resilient Democracy Fund. [236] Nick Chedli Carter Nick Chedli Carter
  • Person

    Bernardine Dohrn

    For more see: Weather Underground, Students for a Democratic Society, and Bill Ayers Bernardine Dohrn was an original co-founder and arguably the top leader of the Weather Underground, a radical-left violent extremist group that was active from the late 1960s through the mid-1970s. Prior to this
  • Person

    Bill Ayers

    For more see: Weather Underground, Students for a Democratic Society, and Bernardine Dohrn Bill Ayers was an original co-founder and one of the top leaders of the Weather Underground, a radical-left violent extremist group that was active from the late 1960s through the mid-1970s. Prior to
  • Other Group

    Weather Underground (Weatherman/The Weathermen)

    For more see: Students for a Democratic Society, Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn The Weather Underground (also known as Weatherman or the Weathermen) was a radical-left violent extremist group that was active from the late 1960s through the mid-1970s. What became known as the Weather Underground began
  • Non-profit

    Faith in Texas

    Faith in Texas is a Texas-based organization with an interfaith structure focused on advancing a left-leaning approach to social matters. It is a member of the national Faith in Action coalition of religious-left community organizing groups. Issues Faith in Texas has four primary campaigns: Live Free Texas, LA RED, Voter Engagement, and
  • Non-profit

    Coding it Forward

    Coding it Forward is a student-led nonprofit organization that provides “Civic Digital Fellowships” for college students with technology expertise to work with government agencies and nonprofits. Background Coding it Forward was co-founded by a group of technology and data science students at Harvard University in 2017. Under the mentorship of
  • Non-profit

    JUNTA for Progressive Action

    JUNTA for Progressive Action is a left-of-center immigration advocacy group working in the New Haven, Connecticut Latino community. During the COVID-19 pandemic, JUNTA created a fund to support rent payments for New Haven residents without legal immigration status. [640] People Board of Directors JUNTA’s board of directors is
  • Person

    Robert Raben

    Robert Raben is a left-progressive lobbyist and political operative who has served Democratic politicians and left-of-center issues for decades. [655] He donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to Democrats and their causes ranging from U.S. Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) to the LGBTQ Victory Institute (formerly the
  • Person

    Kimberlé Crenshaw

    Kimberlé Crenshaw is a left-leaning law professor at UCLA and Columbia University known for her work in “civil rights, black feminist legal theory, and race, racism, and the law.” [685] She is also the co-founder and executive director of the African American Policy Forum (AAPF),[686]
  • Non-profit

    GenderAvenger

    GenderAvenger is a left-of-center feminist advocacy group that uses social pressure tactics to gain equal levels of participation for women in every public activity. [746] Gina Glantz founded it due frustration with the Huffington Post’s panels lacking women participants.[747] Glantz has been a Democratic activist